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|Number of Pages||196 Pages|
The book is unusual among the lot and my first in catogory of this author.
The book grips you with initial page itself , talking about the life of a person who works in this amusement park , to whom something bad is going to happen .
The book is neatly woven between the characters past and the present, allowing you to slowly get a grip of what kind of person is this guy . Whole motive being letting off things from your grip which are of past and things you cant control .
The last chapter is what catches you by surprise, and the one which you should not miss.
The reason for three stars? I started reading tuesdays with Mory and this book is slightly outweighed by that one.
This is my first buy of Mitch Albom, and I must say that it is a great read, a little slow in the first two chapters but sets the pace and grows a curiosity within the reader. The book made me think from intellectual perspectives, reminded me to enjoy my life and take it as it comes. However, I did not pick it up from Flipkart, I'm very sure they'd do a great job of shipping it. Thumbs up for anyone considering to buy it. For those who did not enjoy it, what can I say? To each his/her own.
The book title is misleading. Even after 100 pages of reading, you fail to understand who and where are these five people. However the author has tried to give a different style of narration. The book tries your patience to reach the end.
Finished it just now. It's a beautiful story. Life, explained to you after death in the most amazing way. Its true how some of us never realize our worth, just like Eddie. It's heart-touching. And the lessons learnt are forever.